Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma admits he enjoys playing for manager Graham Potter.
The Mali international has been one of the first names on the team sheet throughout the campaign, and puts that down to the work his head coach has put in to improve him.
“Graham [Potter] is like my father. He's the one who has done all that work, who has given me confidence again. He showed me how he wanted me to be so that I could be a part of his team," said Bissouma to the club's website.
“I worked on how to help the team and do my best. It was a bit tough at first but with time they got to understand me, they saw my weaknesses. We've tried to correct them together, both on and off the pitch and I am happy."
“We can learn a lot of lessons from them because they're very professional people. They work hard, they're meticulous in their work and they're veterans," added Bissouma. “When those people talk you have to listen because they're more experienced.
“They try to guide us young players and help us as best they can so that we're all on the same path. They are role models who command respect because they've proven themselves.".